$1,200,000 recovery after a trucking accident
Seven figure compensation secured by Wisconsin semi tractor trailer accident attorney
Steve Caya recovered $1,200,000 for a security guard who was struck by a semi-tractor-trailer truck leaving a business.
This complex case involved multiple defendants from around the country, insurance coverage issues and allegations of contributory fault on the part of the security guard.
After two years of aggressive litigation, the claim resolved.
Contact Steve Caya for comprehensive truck accident investigation
Personal injury attorney Steve Caya is highly skilled in accident reconstruction and working with the right specialists.
He follows all leads for his clients, including examining the driver’s log, determining if the truck driver was operating in violation of any state or federal regulations, and uncovering all relevant parties and potential sources of liability.
Protect your rights & financial future after a crash
If you’ve been injured in a trucking accident you weren’t 100% at fault for, you may be entitled to claim financial compensation for lost income, medical expenses, pain and suffering and more.
Call now for a free case review to learn what your claim could be worth. All cases are handled on a no-win, no-fee basis, and there’s no obligation after your initial consult.
What trucking accident victims NEED to understand before filing a lawsuit
These important aspects of trucking accident injury claims directly affect your compensation:
- Who you can sue for your accident injuries
- How to file an injury claim after a collision
- Time limit to file a motor vehicle accident lawsuit
- How long it can take to settle a lawsuit, with or without litigation
- Pros & cons of filing a lawsuit on your own
Steve Caya has earned six and seven-figure settlements for his clients for injuries caused by the negligence of others. As a former insurance industry attorney, he knows what it takes to make them pay.
What to do if you get hit by an 18 wheeler
First and foremost: seek medical attention for your injuries. Second: don’t sign anything from an insurance company – even a check – until you’ve had your claim reviewed by an experienced trucking accident attorney.
Fault plays a major role in Wisconsin personal injury law. Proving your injuries were caused by someone else’s carelessness is key.
Learn which other Wisconsin personal injury laws accident victims should be familiar with, and contact Steve Caya to request a completely free claim evaluation.